Wath man hurt in Sheffield crash

By Phil Turner | 31/03/2010 0 comments

Wath man hurt in Sheffield crash

AN elderly Wath man was seriously hurt in a car crash in Sheffield on Wednesday.
The 68-year-old sustained internal bleeding, a collapsed lung and a broken pelvis in the collision on Stevenson Road, Sheffield.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a silver Ford Ka driven by the pensioner collided with a Ford Fiesta around 8.40am. 
Police said the Ka pulled into the nearside entrance of the steel company Outa Kumpu to make a U-turn.
As the Ka pulled out across Stevenson Road it hit the Fiesta travelling south.
A 22-year-old man from Barnsley who was driving the  Fiesta suffered slight neck and back injuries.
q Anyone who witnessed the incident is urged to contact the witness line on 0114 220 2970.


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